Translated by Ann Lee
109, ZhongXing St
Hours: weekdays 7 pm-3 am; Fri, Sat & holiday 7 pm-4 am
Minimum NT$200/person. 10% service charge. Credit cards accepted.
No outside food/beverages.
If you turn onto ZhongXing Street, right off of GongYi Road, you're sure to see a sign with a black crow under red flames. Inside Crow Grill, cute graffiti on the wall near the bar really sets the relaxed mood of the place. Crow not only offers customers delicious barbecued kebabs, but also provides friendly service and atmosphere. The menu displays a variety of dishes, including grilled foods, stir-fry dishes and cold plates, so there's no shortage of choices--no matter what you want. Also, Crow has a few extra dishes that don't appear on the menu every month, so don't forget to ask about these specials.
As far as drinks go, their alcoholic beverages include red/white wines, Matisse Blended Malt Scotch Whiskey, Famous Grouse, JW Premier Scotch Whiskey, and Macallan; each bottle costs between NT$1,200 and 6,800. Non-alcoholic beverages include orange juice, 7-Up and Coca-Cola (NT$80+). Apart from great eats and drinks, a microphone is passed around the tables, allowing visitors to sing along with songs when the mood is right. Due to the variety of fun things you can do here, Crow is always popular with the student crowd and for small group gatherings.
(Left) The most recommended dish at Crow, the Raw Beef Plate (NT$220), is made with top-quality, thinly-sliced raw beef. When you eat it, be sure you roll it up with some onions, dried shaved bonito and the unique dipping sauce.
(Right) The fragrant Pineapple Shrimp Balls (NT$280) are served with mayonnaise.